You can also access your message inbox and have a more in-depth browse of potential matches, much like the OKCupid website – there is a nice consistency between the app and the site that users will enjoy. SC: The left/right swiping, while cute, will definitely result in ‘liking’ at least one person that you didn’t intend to.Also, mutual ‘likes’ are not required for direct messaging, so any user can drop you a line if they want. SC: Easy to use, and more importantly, messages are directed to your inbox and not to your device, so unwanted attention is relatively easy to ignore. SC: What I’ve always liked about OKCupid as a dating site is the fact that you are encouraged to investigate a person’s interests and enthusiasms before making a call on whether to ‘like’ or ‘favourite’ their profile. And Murphy’s Law almost always results in them ‘liking’ you in return and sending a barrage of messages to reinforce just how much they like you. SC: Just like other dating apps or websites, it’s fun to play around with and maybe get an ego boost, but as a method for finding a potential partner, it kinda sucks. I just, you know, when I've been waiting too long for the Colonel's chicken I get easily agitated. He walks by Randy, who's got the microwave door open and his balls inside the oven.] Oh hey, Stan, could you grab me a beer? Randy is still asleep in his bed, but something is beginning to bother him. He walks down the sidewalk happily and checks his watch] Oh God, I gotta hurry! [starts moving faster, but the wheelbarrow soon falls apart and he's left sitting on his balls.] Huh-oh Jesus! [tries to get his feet on the ground, but can't] Uhh, hey, can somebody..? [gets off his balls and starts pulling them down the street. Some time later, Stan goes to the kitchen, opens the door, and grabs a sports energy drink, closes the door and walks away. [turns left and has difficulty maneuvering his massive balls. But now the bill has been repealed, and I am relieved to announce that once again, marijuana is illegal. Doctor takes the mic] And another bill has been repealed as well. I'm sending Tommy to Kentucky, to try and set up a little "arrangement" with the Colonel himself. Since then we've had underground black markets, crime, death, and shootings. [closes the book and looks at the microwave and at his balls a few times. I need somebody willing to get a little risky and... [smokes, coughs a little] Alright, see you tomorrow! [sure enough, the KFC logo and lettering are gone, but the building still has that KFC style of architecture. A customer comes out with a bag of weed.] [thinks about what this means] Woohoo, all right! Let's see uh, I'll take half a pound of that uhhh Jamaican Passion [goes to another counter] and give me some of that purplish stuff too! Randy is on a chaise lounge in his backyard trying to give himself cancer with three possible carcinogens - cigarettes, an X-ray machine and reflective panels, and three cell phones strapped to his forehead. [fills out the application as she gets a treatment out of a cabinet. "There's no data on what causes testicular cancer to grow so rapidly, however the primary causes of testicular cancer are linked to exposure to high doses of radiation" Hmmm. [turns right and grabs a couple of bags of KFC food, then hands them to Cartman, who looks inside each bag] It's all there, man.
Through the binoculars, Cartman sees Tommy being roughed up by two men inside a helicopter. Cartman is stunned, but quickly gets over it and laughs] [Randy tries to fit his balls through the door, grunting and murmuring from time to time, but they're just too damn big. [rips the skin off a breast and lays it on the table] Oh, we had some problems, you know? [takes out a credit card and starts mincing the skin as if it were crack cocaine, into lines of finely ground skin] [grabs the phone] Hey!
Movies are great as well and I adore the outdoor cinemas which show some fabulous films.
I am searching for a loving; caring spouse equivalent to share this fabulous life with..
[reading from the book "Cancer Today"] "Frozen and processed foods appear to have a direct link to many forms of stomach and colon cancers." Alright. But today we welcome back KFC, and all the medical benefits it gives us.
Because ever since we got rid of KFC, we've seen a great rise in cancer.
The Colonel stops as well - Tommy is missing.] Wait, where's he go? [hands him some binoculars and shows him where Tommy is. The guy who shows him where Cartman is throws him out of the helicopter and hangs him.